|Julian Assange, is it me or does he look like he can be a little on the pervy side?|
Hacking is the new guerrilla warfare.
Just ask the "hacktivists" who bucked back upon the recent jailing of the most wanted man in the world, Julian Assange.
Assange my brother get ready, you are about to be the beeyotch for those 40 countries. Ass cheeks spread and erry'thang. You see they will not kill a genius such as Assange, oh, but they will exploit him to work for them. On the side of good. LOL!
For those of you who fight against sexual assault, his jailing is not even about his sexual practices. If he did it or not. I highly doubt it; but if he did, they are using his weaknesses to seize his strengths.
The case of WikiLeakes is changing the Internet, and the whole debate of net neutrality in warp speed. My prediction, in about 3 years, there really won't be any. Just when black bloggers are really making waves in online reporting, this shit gotta happen.
However, if the hackers have their way, they will burn this bitch down. Uh, one request, can you clean my credit and put a billion in the bank for me.
Signed your biggest fan. Eco.Soul.
In an AP article, it reads:
LONDON – Hackers rushed to the defense of WikiLeaks on Wednesday, launching attacks on MasterCard, Swedish prosecutors, a Swiss bank and others who have acted against the site and its jailed founder Julian Assange.
Internet "hacktivists" operating under the label "Operation Payback" claimed responsibility in a Twitter message for causing severe technological problems at the website for MasterCard, which pulled the plug on its relationship with WikiLeaks a day ago.
MasterCard acknowledged "a service disruption" involving its Secure Code system for verifying online payments, but spokesman James Issokson said consumers could still use their credit cards for secure transactions.
The online attacks are part of a wave of support for WikiLeaks that is sweeping the Internet. Twitter was choked with messages of solidarity for the group, while the site's Facebook page hit 1 million fans.
Late Wednesday, Operation Payback itself appeared to run into problems, as many of its sites went down. It was unclear who was behind the counterattack.